Ch-ch-check out Obama's AH-Mazing final WHCD speech (above)!
This fills our hearts with so much love!
Over the weekend, Giuliana Rancic launched a brand new personal blog where she hopes to connect with fans and share updates about her various projects.
And what better way to kick off her fabulous website than with a touching tribute to former Fashion Police co-star and friend Joan Rivers!
In her first entry, the 40-year-old television personality talks about the show's return without the legendary comedian.
Woah, Jennette McCurdy has a strong message for her fans!
Jennette posted a LONG (no seriously, it's an epic read), letter on Reddit explaining why she's not a role model.
In the post, Jennette makes many interesting points, one of them being that you can't call a celebrity a role model if you don't know them personally.
Hmmm, we guess that's sort of true!
NeNe Leakes, how you doin?
Not very well, apparently.
Well, it seems like that dig pushed the RHOA star over the edge, because she took to her personal website to rant about Wendy, saying:
Watch out, Gwyneth Paltrow!
Blake Lively is attempting to trump your popular blog by protecting her ideas at Preserve!
The much anticipated blog's name might sound a bit confusing (especially considering the speculation that much like Goop, our money won't be preserved), but newly released details from an insider spell it all out:
And we're not talking about recycling!
Lola's is back to blogging and she has a very colorful update for us!
She's dyed her hair, or at least some of it, green!
Madonna’s daughter posted on the Material Girl blog:
"One thing I DO get bored of quite quickly is the hair on my head. Every summer I’m tempted to chop it all off because of the heat but I know that would result in my head on the chopping block from di motta. I like to experiment with colors though, I did it teal recently but its faded to a more pond water green. Great! Thanks manic panic."
Think mama Madge loves it as much as we do???
[Image via Lola.]
All HARDCORE things must come to an end!
And sadly, it's time for the world to say good-bye to My Chemical Romance!
The pop-infused punk rock band has announced that after over ten years of music, touring, thieving drummers and bassists stepping out on their wives, they have decided that despite their time together being "a true blessing," that "it has come time for it to end."
In a blog post on their official website yesterday, Gerard and Mikey Way, Ray Toro and Frank Iero wrote: